I was surfing the web and I had this idea to revamp my old water cooler in a PC i built like three years ago. I remembered coming across this can cooler device for a desktop that's supposed to chill a single can of a beverage . I read the specs which say it will do a temp of 7℃ or 47℉ Which is pretty good considering freezing point is 0. So 7 over is a nice temp for something as trivial as this. So I thought about how I could get that, something small, easy interface, being USB, into the mix and see if it would have any effect on the system. So then I saw this reservoir, and I looked at the piping, size, and fittings for it. So then I saw this reservoir, and I looked at the piping, size, and fittings for it. Now adding it to my system is gonna cause a bit of a bottle neck. A small bottle neck, but a break in the flow nonetheless. I figured it will give a chance, if a fraction of a second for the cold to catch on. I don't expect it to make a monumental difference, but at least drop a few degrees to help the cause. The bottom of the reservoir is machined metal, it's also where the fixings are attached. It transfers temp pretty nicely. I sat it on an ice block as a test within a couple mins it was cold. I don't expect the effect to be the same when it's operational as the water inside running is constantly being heated from the work of the cpu. In any case, anyone has any thoughts about it?